Patricia de Lille's bid to stop the DA from saying it had fired her and publicly apologise to her, has been postponed indefinitely.  On Friday, the High Court in the Western Cape found that the matter was not urgent and should rather be considered by the electoral court, the DA's Mike Moriarty said. De Lille had approached the high court to seek an urgent interdict against the DA to “stop their lies”. She said the DA refused to stop their messaging about her and instead opted to review the Electoral Commission of SA's (IEC’s) decision, which she described as a way to continue “their malicious lies against me”.  De Lille said she was happy the court had read her papers and understood the context of the case. "The judge was clear that the IEC is a constitutional structure and that the IEC made a finding that the DA"s statements are false," she said on Friday. "That finding stands. The DA are still blue liars." De Lille, who now leads the Good party, lodged a complaint with the IEC ove...

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